Thursday, June 07, 2007

Phone Conundrum

Yesterday after trying to make a couple phone calls, I realized that several buttons on my phone weren't working, denying me access to all texts, phone numbers, my calendar etc. I call Cingular (now AT&T) and 45 minutes later my new phone (thanks to phone insurance) is on it's way. Last night, my phone cut out of 2 or 3 attempts on the phone to Sarah Wright and my 9 key stopped working.

This morning, my new phone arrived and my old phone seems to be in perfect working order.

So, do I wait and see if my phone is actually working correctly and send back the replacement or do I use the replacement and send back my working phone?


Moose-Tipping said...

Hey, if it wasn't working before, there's a good chance it won't be working again. I'd send back the old phone.

hannah said...

yeah, Lazarus (that's what i've name him--he returned from the dead!) dropped a call this morning, so I'm sending him back.

mqzoeller said...

So that's why you haven't responded to my most recent text message haikus.
Definitely get rid of the old phone. What if while you're trying to save the world this summer you suddenly need to call 911 and then old Laz makes you go through 411 instead and they ask you why you would need to get through and you try to explain the situation but by the time the message is communicated (assuming they have a heavy Indian accent) the moment has passed and the world is terminated in completion by violent alien life forms? A little foresight never killed anyone... actually foresight has probably killed a lot of people, but you know what I mean.

hannah said...

Actually, I'd be out of luck because ironically the 9 key was one of the non-working keys.

I've sent back the old phone as "laz" has checked out permanently today.